Resources Against Bullying



For kids:  Bullying is when someone is being hurt either by words or actions on purpose, usually more than once, feels bad because of it, and has a hard time stopping.  The website has many articles, kits and guides to help prevent bullying. 2020

The Juice Box Bully: Empowering Kids to Stand Up For Others by Bob Sornson. (2010)

Don’t Pick On Me: Help for Kids to Stand Up to and Deal with Bullies by S. Green (2010)

Confessions of a Former Bully by Trudy Ludwig (2012)

What’s a Bully? by Sandra Franklin (2011) Kindle edition

Little Girls Can Be Mean:4 Steps to Bully-proof Girls in Early Grades by Anthony (2010)

Shelby the Cat: A kids book about bullying and how to help kids build confidence about peer pressure by Don M. Winn (2010)

The Last Bully: (Hugo the Happy Starfish) by S. Liebermann (2011)

Why Are You Picking on Me? Dealing with Bullies by J. Burstein. Slim Goodbody (2010)

For adults:

Anti-Defamation League. ADL Hails New ABA Policy Addressing Bullying and Cyberbullying. (2011)

Bullying in Schools by U.S. Department of Justice, Rana Sampson. (2011)

Face Bullying with Confidence: 8 Kidpower Skills We Can Use Right Away.2020

      Skill #1: Act with Awareness, Calm, Respect, and Confidence

People are less likely to bother you and more likely to listen to you if you walk, sit, and act with awareness, calm, respect, and confidence. Projecting a positive, assertive attitude means holding your head high, keeping your back straight, walking briskly, looking around, and having a peaceful face and body. Staying aware also helps you to notice problems so that you can deal with them sooner rather than later.

No Kidding About Bullying: 125 Ready-to-Use Activities to Help Kids Manage Anger, Resolve Conflicts, Build Empathy & Get Along (Bully Free Classroom) by N.Drew (2010)

Bully: An Action Plan for Teachers, Parents, and Communities to Combat the Bullying Crisis by Lee Hirsch, Cynthia Lowen and Dina Santorelli (2012)

Bullying Prevention for Schools: A Step-by-Step Guide to Implementing a Successful Anti-Bullying Program by Allan Beane. (2009)

Communicating with Schools:‎   2020 KIDSBRIDGE. – Parents and schools must be a team to instill the principles of SEATBELT (bullying prevention, engagement, leadership, and teaching respect) resources for educators: bullying, diversity, respect  and social-emotional skills (Search “bullying” for a vast amount of up-to-date information.) A cartoon network, multi-platform, social initiative designed to raise awareness of bullying and empower young people to speak out safely and effectively.

Search “bullying” at your state department of education, your school district, your school library and your public library.